This article is part of our DraftKings NBA series.
TOR (-7) at DET, O/U: 214.5
PHX (-5.5) at IND, O/U:
BOS at PHI (-3.5), O/U: 211.5
ORL at CHA (-10.5), O/U: 224.5
GSW at CHI (-3.5), O/U: 222
ATL at MIA (-4), O/U: 221
CLE (-2.5) at SAS, O/U: 224
HOU at SAC (-5), O/U: 238.5
DAL at MEM (-3), O/U: 217.5
Celtics-76ers is a good matchup to build around with a few great elite options to anchor a good group of mid and lower-valued rotation players.
Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum represent the Celtics' top players. Marcus Smart missed the last game and is questionable for action, which means Dennis Schroder could pick up some extra value. Josh Richardson and Grant Williams also represent solid value picks.
On the other side, the Sixers have won eight of their last 10 behind dominant play from Joel Embiid, who averaged 32.5 points, 9.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.7 blocks and 1.0 steals. Furkan Korkmaz stands out as a great value option. Tyrese Maxey and Tobias Harris also come in with reasonable salaries.
Injuries to Monitor
Cameron Johnson (ankle): Questionable
Landry Shamet would be in line for more minutes off the bench.
Marcus Smart (COVID-19): Questionable
Furkan Korkmaz will be up for big minutes.
Kelly Oubre (COVID-19): OUT
Isaac Okoro (elbow): OUT
Lamar Stevens is in line to get the start.
Lonnie Walker will pick up extra backcourt minutes.
Alperen Sengun (ankle): Questionable
Kenyon Martin will get a boost if Sengun is still sidelined.
Alex Len will get another start if both Holmes and Jones are out.
Kristaps Porzingis (COVID-19): OUT
Maxi Kleber will continue to start in place of Porzingis.
Dejounte Murray ($10,200)
Murray is putting up stellar numbers averaging 24.8 points, 7.4 rebounds, 9.8 assists and 2.6 steals over the last five games. He also topped 50 DK points four times over that stretch, including one where he recorded 73.5. Murray will have an advantage as the Spurs play host to the Cavs and their depleted backcourt.
Fred VanVleet ($10,000)
VanVleet has gone over 50 DK in five of the last seven contests with a peak of 76. The Raptors are matched up against the Pistons, who are allowing opponents to shoot an average of 47.7 percent from the field.
Jaylen Brown ($9,000)
Brown has been on a tear of late averaging 28.3 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.6 assists from 10 outings while exceeding 45 DK six times, including a 76.3 tally. He should do well against a shorthanded Sixers' backcourt.
Jayson Tatum ($9,300)
Tatum is averaging 26.2 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.0 blocks over the last five games and has topped 55 DK points twice during that span. He should have an advantage at his position and will need to come up big in Philly.
Joel Embiid ($11,200)
Embiid has gone over 50 DK in seven of the last 10, including two 70-plus efforts. He will be in for a competitive contest versus the Celtics, but he should dominate.
Luka Doncic ($10,900)
The Mavs take on the Grizzlies, who are playing on the second night of a back-to-back. The Grizzlies have won 11 straight, but are still giving up an average of 107.9 points and allowing opponents to shoot 45 percent from the field. That leaves plenty of opportunity for Doncic to make his mark having averaged 20.8 points, 9.8 rebounds, 10.4 assists and 1.8 steals across five while exceeding 60 DK twice.
Jalen Green ($4,800)
Green is averaging 17.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists over his last 10 games. The Rockets take on the Kings, who are giving up an NBA-third-worst average of 113.6 points.
Furkan Korkmaz ($4,900)
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot ($3,200)
Maxi Kleber ($4,800)
Kleber will pick up another start in place of Porzingis. He's exceeded 17 DK in each of the last six appearances, including three performances over 26.
Onyeka Okongwu ($4,800)
Okongwu is in line to pick up another start in place of Clint Capela. He's gone over 20 DK in the last four games and faces a favorable matchup against a weakened Heat frontcourt.